The Florida Board of Pharmacy laws are not static. Laws are updated and new statutes are added every so often. Pharmacists and pharmacies are expected to keep up with the changes.
Florida Healthcare Law Firm keeps up with ever-changing Florida pharmacy law and can help you to keep up with legal requirements.
New Pharmacy Laws in Florida
One of the best ways to keep up with the changes coming out of the Florida Board of Pharmacy is to monitor their Latest News page. You will find a list of the most recent articles updating pharmacists on different changes that may impact them, not all of which are directly related to the pharmaceutical industry.
For example, when Governor DeSantis declared a State of Emergency for Subtropical Storm Nicole, the Florida Board of Pharmacy posted it on their page.
Most of the posts on the page are very pertinent to pharmacists and other professionals in the industry. The 2021-2022 Annual Report and Long-Range Plan let people know what to expect in the coming months. When the nonresident sterile compounding licenses were set to expire, they let everyone know five months in advance.
While this page is kept current for the most part, it is not constantly updated. That is, there are no monthly or weekly digests of information to keep everyone up to date, so most pharmacy professionals won’t check in that frequently and then miss out when relevant information is released.
Get Help Keeping Up with Florida Pharmacy Laws and Statutes
At Florida Healthcare Law Firm, we pride ourselves on keeping up with the changes in all medical and dental industries, including the pharmaceutical industry. As a boutique law firm, we are uniquely in touch with all new Florida state laws that may impact our clients.
This means that we are prepared to not only get you and your team up to speed on current Florida State Board of Pharmacy statutes and regulations, but we are also ready to help you create a plan that will ensure that you are in compliance and have the standards of practice in place to maintain that compliance in the coming months and years.
Additionally, should a pharmacist or professional on your team be served with a legal notice and need to respond, Florida Healthcare Law Firm can help. We can assist with determining the best path forward, drafting the appropriate notice on the right timeline, and representing that person, should it become necessary to do so.
Keeping up with changes in Florida pharmacy law does not have to become a second full-time job. Contact Florida Healthcare Law Firm today to set up a consultation and learn what you need to do to get into and stay in compliance.